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The development of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak continues to create contractual and other legal challenges, which are in many ways unprecedented. Whilst the outbreak originated in China, its impact is being felt globally. In response, we have coordinated across our offices to ensure that we centralize our know-how and are sharing best practice with our clients. This page contains some of our legal briefings and news created to date.

 

Briefings
Here you can find our latest briefings on COVID-19:

 09.06.2020: Contract Law, Tenancy Law
     COVID-19: Is there a right to a rent reduction?
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 07.05.2020: Immigration Law
     Residence and work permits
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 27.04.2020: Corporate Law
     General meetings in times of COVID-19
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 20.04.2020: Insolvency Law and restructurings
     COVID-19 affects debt collection and bankruptcy proceedings
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 17.04.2020: Contract Law, Tenancy Law
     COVID-19: Is there a right to a rent reduction?
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 02.04.2020: Competition Law
     COVID-19 and Competition Law
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 25.03.2020: Employment Law
     Partial unemployment and COVID-19
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 19.03.2020: Contract Law
     Contractual risks in connection with possible performance difficulties as a result of the coronavirus epidemic
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 28.02.2020: Employment Law
     Q&A - Potential employment issues related to the COVID-19 under Swiss law
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News
Here you can find our latest short news articles on COVID-19:

 16.03.2020: Bilan interviewed Paul Michel on parents’ rights
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 09.03.2020: Tribune de Genève interviewed Olivier Dunant on Employment law
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 02.03.2020: RTS interviewed Paul Michel on Employment law
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International news hub
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Pro Bono assistance
Eversheds Sutherland is part of Legal Solidarity and provides free support to individuals and small businesses on urgent legal issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic. For further information, please contact us by e-mail at covid@eversheds-sutherland.ch.